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Woodburn District and Curriculum
Woodburn strives to make education relevant to each student. Using the standards set by the Oregon Department of Education, this district provides a well-rounded education for all. The standards are a series of objectives and benchmarks meant to organize learning so that students are continually building from a strong foundation toward the ability to do advanced work. The standards are assessable through both formal and informal assessments that demonstrate students can do what is expected of them.
We currently cover the following Woodburn-area school district: Woodburn School District.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Woodburn District Curriculum
The Social Studies curriculum at Woodburn begins by allowing students to become familiar with the community they live in. They learn about the people that provide services and the government that is behind the town. After this the students are ready to learn about ancient civilizations, including Mali, and how these cultures differ from their own. The student learn to look at the world in a different way through social studies and they discover how one life can make a difference.
The Mathematics curriculum at Woodburn schools begins by teaching children the basics. When they first begin school, students learn how to count by assigning each item in a set a number. This is the beginning of number sense. They continue on by teaching them how to add sets together, first using manipulative, then by drawing, then by giving the student an equation. From here their mathematical thought takes off, eventually leading them to solving equations in areas like calculus, trigonometry, or in statistics.
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- National Honor Society - The National Honor Society is organized to recognize students that excel in leadership, character, scholastics and service. Once a student is inducted into the society, they will participate in various service opportunities throughout the school or the community.
- FBLA - The Future Business Leaders of America is organized to allow students that have an interest in being part of the business world after they graduate. Students listen to speakers and participate in various competitions in areas like business skills and entrepreneurial thinking.
- 4-H - 4-H helps students face challenges, whether in their school, home-life or in the community. These students receive hands-on opportunities in leadership. This organization offers numerous programs in the areas of science, citizenship, and healthy living. The skills that they learn can then be shared or they can use them to compete against other students in their area.
Woodburn Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
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Chalk Talk: Seventh Grade Social Studies
Schools vary from state to state as to what they are expected to cover in Social Studies; however as a general rule most states cover the following in seventh grade. Students in seventh grade will either be covering world history, starting up where the sixth grade left off, or they will be learning about their state’s history and how it was settled. With these topics in mind students are able to develop higher thinking skills as they learn about feudalism, Reformation, Enlightenment as well as the various topics covered in their state’s history. Even though these students have been working with planners for a couple of year, parents may still need to check their homework planners, or help in comprehension of textbook reading. Seventh grade students will have more independent projects than before, but it is still best if they try to do the work themselves. By working together, students and parents will come through seventh grade social studies with more knowledge than they had before.